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Horner: ‘Hollywood script’ wouldn’t have beaten F1 finale

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says even the Hollywood film directors could not have written a more dramatic Formula 1 season. The 2021 campaign delivered a classic year of racing for Formula 1, one of the best the series has seen, headlined by Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen who slugged it out across the season in pursuit of the Drivers' Championship. Behind this duo though, the midfield pack more than held its own in the entertainment department, with McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo and Alpine's Esteban Ocon both emerging to claim victory. Ricciardo led home a McLaren one-two at Monza, in a season where Lando Norris in the other MCL35M made himself a contender for pole on several occasions,...
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